Naples International Airport is located just 6km north-east of the city centre. It's sometimes known as Naples Capodichino Airport, as it's located in the Capodichino district. Some locals also know it as Ugo Niutta, as the airport is dedicated to the Italian aviator.
The airport has two terminals, but only Terminal 1 is used for scheduled flights. Terminal 2 is located away from the airfield and is used for charter flights and military operations.
Terminal 1 handles domestic flights with Italy's national carrier, Alitalia, and international flights with many airlines, including Air France, British Airways, Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines. Naples International is the largest airport in Europe that doesn't serve as a hub for any airline.
This terminal also includes all the facilities international travellers will need before and after their flights. If you need to withdraw or exchange money, ATMs and bureaux de change can be found in both the arrival and departure areas. If you need to get online, you can access free Wi-Fi throughout the terminal or use internet access points on the first floor.
If you want to take care of some shopping, you'll find duty-free retailers in the departures area and souvenir shops and newsagents by the check-in counters. Naples International has a wide selection of restaurants and cafes serving Italian and international favourites, including a pizzeria and gelato parlour, as well as wine bar.
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Please note: all information is correct as of October, 2016.